One of the highlights of the year in religious fiction has been Ted Dekker's striking color-coded spiritual trilogy. Exciting, well written, and resonant with meaning, Black, Red, and now White have won over both critics and genre readers. In the conclusion of the series, plot surprises abound as Thomas Hunter frantically struggles to save two worlds from the ravages of war and virus. An epic journey completed with grace.
Thomas Hunter's unusual ability to enter alternate realities through dreaming forces him to fight evil and dangers in two realms. In this exciting conclusion to Dekker's best-selling "The Circle" series (after Black and Red), Thomas and his small group of cohorts, known as the Circle, must fight a war and a virus that are ravaging two worlds. White is better than Black and Red, with twists and turns to keep the reader guessing. Dekker is a master of suspense and even makes room for romance. Essential for libraries that own Black and Red, it should attract a large readership. Dekker grew up in Indonesia but now lives in Colorado. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.